Turkey carried out airstrikes on Kurdish positions in Syria and Iraq. The Ministry of National Defense is talking about ‘reckoning time’ after the attack in Istanbul.
Turkey says it has attacked Kurdish positions in northern Syria and northern Iraq from the air. The Defense Ministry in Ankara said the operations were against the banned Kurdish Workers’ Party PKK and the Syrian Kurdish militia YPG.
The Turkish government blames both for the bomb attack that left 6 people dead and 31 injured on Sunday in central Istanbul last week. PKK and YPG categorically deny the allegations.
Ministry of National Defense: “Calculation clock”
In a statement made by the Ministry of National Defense, “In accordance with our right of self-defense based on Article 51 of the UN Charter, the Pence Kılıç air operation was carried out in northern Iraq and in a region in Syria where terrorists (…) attacked our country.” it was said. Sunday.
The ministry posted a photo of a military jet taking off with the words “hour of reckoning” on Twitter. In the statement made on the Ministry’s Twitter account, it was said, “Terror nests are being destroyed with accurate hits.” A video shows the explosion after an attack.
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